Anna robotics team goes to the dogs


Bringing boxes of animal supplies into the Shelby County Animal Shelter are, left to right, Carter Brandewie, 13, of McCartyville, son of Amanda and Brian Brandewie, Merritt Alspaugh, 13, of Anna, son of Bert and Bonnie Alspaugh and Carter Gordon, 13, both of Anna, son of Jason and Michelle Gordon. Watching them are Dog Warden Kelli Ward, left, and SCARF Board Vice President Julie Ehemann. The three boys are members of the Anna 7th grade Lego robotics team. They raised $1000. Half the money was spent on the supplies they brought the other $500 was given to Ehemann to help pay for the construction of a new animal shelter that SCARF is working to have built. Each year the Lego League has a robotics competition and robotics teams are given a theme. The teams must find a problem related to that theme in their community and come up with a way to work on that problem. This year the theme was “animal allies,” so the Anna team raised money for the shelter by selling “pop tarts for pups, donuts for dogs and carnations for canines.” Also carrying boxes but not pictured were Lenna Rowland, Kaylie Kipp and Grant Wolters. The team coaches are Kim Hemmelgarn and Kara Kipp. The Anna team made it as far as Districts this year in competition.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

The Anna 7th grade Lego Robotics team donates $500 to SCARF


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Bringing boxes of animal supplies into the Shelby County Animal Shelter are, left to right, Carter Brandewie, 13, of McCartyville, son of Amanda and Brian Brandewie, Merritt Alspaugh, 13, of Anna, son of Bert and Bonnie Alspaugh and Carter Gordon, 13, both of Anna, son of Jason and Michelle Gordon. Watching them are Dog Warden Kelli Ward, left, and SCARF Board Vice President Julie Ehemann. The three boys are members of the Anna 7th grade Lego robotics team. They raised $1000. Half the money was spent on the supplies they brought the other $500 was given to Ehemann to help pay for the construction of a new animal shelter that SCARF is working to have built. Each year the Lego League has a robotics competition and robotics teams are given a theme. The teams must find a problem related to that theme in their community and come up with a way to work on that problem. This year the theme was “animal allies,” so the Anna team raised money for the shelter by selling “pop tarts for pups, donuts for dogs and carnations for canines.” Also carrying boxes but not pictured were Lenna Rowland, Kaylie Kipp and Grant Wolters. The team coaches are Kim Hemmelgarn and Kara Kipp. The Anna team made it as far as Districts this year in competition.

The Anna 7th grade Lego Robotics team donates $500 to SCARF

Bringing boxes of animal supplies into the Shelby County Animal Shelter are, left to right, Carter Brandewie, 13, of McCartyville, son of Amanda and Brian Brandewie, Merritt Alspaugh, 13, of Anna, son of Bert and Bonnie Alspaugh and Carter Gordon, 13, both of Anna, son of Jason and Michelle Gordon. Watching them are Dog Warden Kelli Ward, left, and SCARF Board Vice President Julie Ehemann. The three boys are members of the Anna 7th grade Lego robotics team. They raised $1000. Half the money was spent on the supplies they brought the other $500 was given to Ehemann to help pay for the construction of a new animal shelter that SCARF is working to have built. Each year the Lego League has a robotics competition and robotics teams are given a theme. The teams must find a problem related to that theme in their community and come up with a way to work on that problem. This year the theme was “animal allies,” so the Anna team raised money for the shelter by selling “pop tarts for pups, donuts for dogs and carnations for canines.” Also carrying boxes but not pictured were Lenna Rowland, Kaylie Kipp and Grant Wolters. The team coaches are Kim Hemmelgarn and Kara Kipp. The Anna team made it as far as Districts this year in competition.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/04/web1_SDN041417SCARFANNA.jpgBringing boxes of animal supplies into the Shelby County Animal Shelter are, left to right, Carter Brandewie, 13, of McCartyville, son of Amanda and Brian Brandewie, Merritt Alspaugh, 13, of Anna, son of Bert and Bonnie Alspaugh and Carter Gordon, 13, both of Anna, son of Jason and Michelle Gordon. Watching them are Dog Warden Kelli Ward, left, and SCARF Board Vice President Julie Ehemann. The three boys are members of the Anna 7th grade Lego robotics team. They raised $1000. Half the money was spent on the supplies they brought the other $500 was given to Ehemann to help pay for the construction of a new animal shelter that SCARF is working to have built. Each year the Lego League has a robotics competition and robotics teams are given a theme. The teams must find a problem related to that theme in their community and come up with a way to work on that problem. This year the theme was “animal allies,” so the Anna team raised money for the shelter by selling “pop tarts for pups, donuts for dogs and carnations for canines.” Also carrying boxes but not pictured were Lenna Rowland, Kaylie Kipp and Grant Wolters. The team coaches are Kim Hemmelgarn and Kara Kipp. The Anna team made it as far as Districts this year in competition. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

The Anna 7th grade Lego Robotics team donates $500 to SCARF
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/04/web1_SDN041417SCARFANNA2.jpgThe Anna 7th grade Lego Robotics team donates $500 to SCARF Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

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